Category Archives: Block printing

Block printing in black and red

Weekend is usually busy with more work – especially when the weather is right. I like taking advantage of drying the fabrics outside. Styrofoam and linoleum cut blocks used on these fabrics and silk screen paint.

Block printing in black and red

Weekend is usually busy with more work – especially when the weather is right. I like taking advantage of drying the fabrics outside. Styrofoam and linoleum cut blocks used on these fabrics and silk screen paint.

Untitled – EveryDay Series

Block printing on paper, 2016/17

Untitled – EveryDay Series

Block printing on paper, 2016/17

Block printing not only on the fabric

I have been extensively working with block printing – not only on fabric, but on paper too.

Block printing not only on the fabric

I have been extensively working with block printing – not only on fabric, but on paper too.

Indigo and weeds

Back working with my favorite indigo dye technique! Using laser cuts, imaginary of weeds and wild flowers.

Indigo and weeds

Back working with my favorite indigo dye technique! Using laser cuts, imaginary of weeds and wild flowers.

Drawings

Few drawings created for recent auction at the Bank Street School for Children in NYC.

Drawings

Few drawings created for recent auction at the Bank Street School for Children in NYC.

Dry earth – block printing

In my continues exploration of block printing technique and my growing gardening and farming interests, some of the sketches and design make it occasionally to blocks…

Dry earth – block printing

In my continues exploration of block printing technique and my growing gardening and farming interests, some of the sketches and design make it occasionally to blocks…

Block printing – chemical dyes

My new block printing is a lot about colors – and fields! Fields of colors – fields referring to our industrialized agriculture, small farms, livelihood of many, tradition…

Block printing – chemical dyes

My new block printing is a lot about colors – and fields! Fields of colors – fields referring to our industrialized agriculture, small farms, livelihood of many, tradition…